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Breaux Freres-Ma Blonde Est Partie


Published April 18, 1929


Recorded on April 18, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Breaux Family on this recording consisted of Amedee Breaux on vocals and accordion, Ophy Breaux on the fiddle and Cleoma Breaux on the guitar. This is purported to be the earliest recording of the cajun standard "Jolie Blon."


1 - Ma Blonde Est Partie
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
Source 78rpm>CD>MP3
Run time 2:50

Reviews

Reviewer: louisianafan - - March 5, 2011
Subject: The vocalist is wonderful all right
but he is a man. Check out the Resonators site for a photo of the brothers who perform this song.
Reviewer: acrews - - May 9, 2008
Subject: Incredible
This is so wonderful and I can't even understand what she is saying.
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